Jordan Candler / January 25, 2021

Monday Executive News Summary

Trump impeachment trial delayed, Rudy Giuliani sued, Tulsi Gabbard’s voice of sanity, and more.

Impeachment 2.0

  • Chuck Schumer agrees to delay President Trump’s trial until February 8 (Disrn)

  • A growing number of GOP senators oppose the trial (AP)

  • Democrats eye 14th Amendment as impeachment alternative (Washington Times)

Government & Politics

  • Dominion Voting Systems sues Rudy Giuliani, seeks $1.3 billion (NBC News)

  • Talks stalled over Senate power-sharing agreement (Fox News)

  • A voice of sanity: Democrat Tulsi Gabbard asks Joe Biden to denounce the targeting of all Trump supporters (Post Millennial)

  • Just one in five Americans have ill-considered confidence Biden can unite the country (NY Post)

  • Biden-Harris “committed to codifying Roe v. Wade” the culture of death (Breitbart)

  • Highway to hell: Pete Buttigieg says a gas tax hike is “on the table” (Disrn)

  • A trip down memory lane: In 2011, Nancy Pelosi praised unionists storming Wisconsin State Capitol (Fox News)


  • The self-anointed arbiters of truth on Facebook’s oversight board to hand down “independent judgment” on Trump ban (Disrn)

  • Washington Post “fact-checkers” won’t count false Biden claims (Daily Wire)

Trump wasn’t exactly a role model when it came to always speaking truth, but The Washington Post evidently needs reminding that Biden’s entire career is checkered with lies.

  • Adding insult to injury: WaPo is caught scrubbing Kamala Harris “prisoner” story (NY Post)

  • New York Times deservedly ripped for labeling Biden “most religiously observant” president in 50 years (Fox News) | For the record: In 2019, Biden was refused Holy Communion at a Catholic Mass (USA Today)

  • Journalists celebrate the destruction of freedoms they once championed (City Journal)

The Latest on COVID-19

  • Researchers say 17% of Americans — 55 million people — have been infected (Daily Mail)

  • Hospitalizations fall to lowest levels since mid-December as U.S. reports sharp drop in new cases (Daily Mail)

  • Biden reinstating COVID travel ban targeting UK, Europe, and Brazil (NY Post)

  • Merck ends clinical trials for two inferior vaccine candidates (UPI)

  • Only 10 serious allergic reactions to Moderna vaccine and no deaths (Examiner)

  • California, with its nincompoop governor, naturally ranks last in administering vaccine doses (Hot Air)


  • Hank Aaron, Major League Baseball legend, dead at 86 (NY Post)

  • Larry King, TV talk-show icon who quizzed the famous and infamous, dies at 87 (Fox News)

Business & Economy

Around the Nation

  • Kentucky bill protecting abortion survivors passes without governor’s signature (Live Action)

  • Chicago Teachers Union votes to defy order to return to classrooms (Examiner) | Meanwhile, Las Vegas schools begin reopening to combat surge in student suicides (Disrn)

  • Sarah Huckabee Sanders officially announces run for Arkansas governor (NY Post)

Around the World

  • More than 3,000 arrested in Russia in protests calling for release of Vladimir Putin critic Alexei Navalny (NPR)

  • ISIS claims responsibility for twin suicide bombings in Baghdad (Fox News)

  • Missile or drone intercepted over Saudi Arabia’s capital of Riyadh (CBS News)

  • Mexico president tests positive for COVID (Fox News)

On a Lighter Note…

  • Wanna see a horse smile really big for the camera and then rip an epic machine-gun fart? Of course you do. (Not the Bee)

  • Two anonymous donors pay off 430 medical bills in Kansas (Disrn)

Closing Arguments

  • Policy: Biden has reinstituted the pernicious Critical Race Theory at the federal level, but governors and local legislators can still fight it off (City Journal)

  • Policy: Will Biden’s policies lead to job losses? Here are possible economic impacts (Daily Signal)

  • Humor: Miracle! CNN’s COVID death counter begins counting backward (Babylon Bee)

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